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January 2018
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In Conversation with Diana Falzone: "If You Don’t Have the Knowledge, You Don’t Have the Know How"

TV personality and reporter Diana Falzone shares her experience of endometriosis, from being asymptomatic to experiencing crippling pain, and how she navigated the healthcare system.


Welcome to Endofound's publication, The Blossom Letter. The Blossom Letter serves as a space in which people impacted by endometriosis share their creativity, everyday endo advice, personal stories, and more. We aim to lessen the stigma surrounding this disease by celebrating the beauty of the community. It’s time to believe in women and their voices, now more than ever! Happy reading.

Insurance 101: A Guide on How To Get Your Surgery Covered
Insurance 101: A Guide on How To Get Your Surgery Covered
"As an endometriosis patient who went 31 years without a diagnosis, connecting with an excision surgeon was like a dream come true...having absolutely no clue about how I was going to pay for it. I ended up appealing to my insurer who paid the entire thing, and now I teach women how to do what I did. Here’s what I learned along the way…"
Healing Endo: There May Be No Cure, but There is Hope!
Healing Endo: There May Be No Cure, but There is Hope!
"Endometriosis is a challenging disease to tackle, and many women suffer years of pain without resolve... When I found myself healing from the inside out, I wanted to share this renewed hope with endo girls everywhere... by treating your whole body you may finally find solutions you previously thought were impossible…"
A Day in the Life of an ENPOWR Project Educator: Stephanie Shares Her Experience Teaching Students about Endometriosis
A Day in the Life of an ENPOWR Project Educator: Stephanie Shares Her Experience Teaching Students about Endometriosis
"It’s a fun and rewarding experience at the same time...when they come up to you and say they’re gonna pass this along...that feeling of “Wow, I think I helped someone today and now they’re gonna take this information and help someone else”...there’s just nothing greater than that feeling"
The ENPOWR (ENdometriosis: Promoting Outreach and Wide Recognition) Project, EndoFound's school- and community-based education program, is about to enter its sixth year! Educating over 35,500 students worldwide, ENPOWR's Endo EduKit relies on volunteers to bring our endometriosis lesson into local classrooms. Check out our ENPOWR Map to see where we've been! Don't see your hometown? Apply to be a volunteer endo educator and bring this critical endometriosis education to the students in your neighborhood.

The Endometriosis Foundation of America
The Endometriosis Foundation of America has two urgent goals -- to spread awareness about endometriosis and to find better options for diagnosing and treating the disease. Honor someone in your life who has been touched by endometriosis by donating today! Your donation funds an aggressive agenda including educating youth through our ENPOWR™ (ENdometriosis: Promoting Outreach and Wide Recognition) program, funding landmark endometriosis research, and educating medical professionals.
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